Jack Wilshere


#863

He’s not going anywhere. He’s staying here forever and ever and ever. :bellerin:

Future manager of Arsenal - Arsene Wenger.


#864

Jack Wilshere has had that Twitter bio all season to be fair, as soon as he went out on loan he removed any reference to us so that’s not really an issue.

It is pretty odd (perhaps even rude!) that he has made no comment about the cup final though - considering he (or whoever does his social media) found time to say happy birthday to his “friend” Cesc bloody Fabregas earlier this month, it’s not too much to ask for him to say “Well done lads” is it?!

I don’t see him fitting in at Arsenal anymore, he can sod off to West Ham with the rest of “not good enough for a top team” crew.


#865

He’s not on loan anymore as is back wearing the #10


#866

Ffs, give that number to Mesut.


#867

Welcome home, Mr Wilshere. :heart_eyes::giroud3:


#868

Not really fussed about him anymore :grimacing: Wish him the best tho and would love for him to go abroad while he still has time and prove once again that talented English players can make it overseas


#869

FFS! Completely forgot about this english prick :hipster:


#870

Ah that English trio of players - who if they accidentally boarded a flight to Magaluf instead of coming to pre season training, no one would notice.

But nah seriously, good to see Jack reasonably happy to be in an Arsenal shirt again.


#871

:sanchez2:


#872

Has he celebrated our cup with yet though? That’s the real question.


#873

Nope. He did however have Craig David perform at his wedding… which kinda proves he is on something, so we can let him off for not congratulating us.


#874

He can stay if gets another #. Ozil is the real #10. Not the English diaby.:campbell:


#875

Don’t you mention Diaby in that tone boy.


#876

:arteta:

Yeah, Diaby is more hard luck with injuries. Jack relishes the contact, but his body isn’t built to handle it.

Shame…

Still, Ozil should be #10.


#877

Are we really going to keep him? I can see no place for him here.


#878

I think it will be a difficult sell to him if he has to give up Bergkamp’s shirt to Ozil.

GO ABROAD JACK!

How comes Willock and Hinds can make the move, yet this guy whose stock is still relatively so high is clinging onto a Premier League career that’s so obviously not going to happen


#879

Probably the respective wages they are on.


#880

Can’t really see Wilshere going somewhere like Sassuolo or Villareal to be honest. I’d stick around at Arsenal too.


#881

He must be able to command interest from a higher level than that.

and from Marseille to Besiktas and a dozen clubs inbetween, there are ambitious European clubs who could match Wilshere’s Arsenal wage, fairly convinced of that :slight_smile:


#882
                         JulianKroos
                      Dahoud    Wilshere
                  Ousmane            Reus
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:giroud3:

:henry2: